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Tour description

Bei dieser zweiwöchigen Tour kommt jeder auf seine Kosten. An 13 Tauchtagen geht es, in Hurghada startend, zu den besten Tauchplätzen die das ägyptische Rote Meer zu bieten hat. Egal ob jemand lieber an berühmten Wracks, Steilwänden voller Leben oder bunten Korallengärten taucht, hier ist für jeden etwas dabei. Start der Tour ist in Hurghada, von wo aus es zuerst zu ein paar Wracks und nach Ras Mohamed geht. Danach folgen die Brother Islands und Daedalus, bevor der südlichste Punkt an Rocky Island und Zabargad erreicht wird. Von dort geht es dann wieder zurück über die St. Johns Riffe, Fury Shoals und Elphinstone nach Marsa Alam, oder, bei Tourende in Hurghada, nochmals kurz an die Brothers um dann in Safaga die letzten Tauchgänge zu machen.

  • Thistlegorm
  • Ras Mohamed
  • Brother Islands
  • Daedalus
  • Rocky Island
  • Zabargad
  • St. Johns
  • Fury Shoals
  • Elphinstone

Included

Tax and transfers

  • Transfer (Airport - Boat - Airport)
  • Port Ghalib / Hurghada marina fee
  • Tax
  • Fuel supplement
  • 2 - 3 dive guides

Aboard

  • Shared double cabin
  • All meals
  • Water, coffee, tea and soft drinks
  • 3 to 4 dives per day. Last day 2 to 3 dives
  • 12 l cylinder with air or nitrox
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Possible dive sites during the trip

Thistlegorm

Thistlegorm

The Thistlegorm was sunk on the 6th of October 1941 by german Henkel 111 planes while anchoring. It rests now upright in max. 30 meter depth which makes it a easy accessible wreck. The big amount of schooling fish and it's cargo of motorcycle, trucks, riffles, ammunition and a lot more does not only make it to a underwater museum but also one of the best wreck dives in the world, every diver should have done in his life.

Kimon M

Kimon M

The Kimon M. was build 1952 in Hamburg as the Brunsbüttel and changed owners (and names) several time before running aground on Shaab Abu Nuhas in 1978. 4.500 tons lentils was the only cargo of the 106 meter long vessel. Today the wreck lies on its starboard side in a depth between 12 and 30 meter. Because of the current and surge, only the stern is in good condition and no penetration should be done due to the instability of the wreck. Highlights are the propeller in 30 meter depth, the glassfish in the stern section and a school of batfish passing by regular.

Big Brother

Big Brother

one of the most loved places because of its Great colorful walls ,it has two shipwrecks as well which are Numidia &Aida ,,avery impressive south plateau with huge coral blocks treasure sharks,turtle ,morays .

Shaab Sharm

Shaab Sharm

very famous reef in marsa alam Area ,a reef with nice plateau on it south part starting from 18m to end with very interesting drop off ,very colorful east wall always done as adrift dive due to moderate to strong currents,
gray and white tip reef sharks,tunas ,napoleon,turtle,barracuda and bottlenose dolphins are often spotted there.

Chrisoula K

Chrisoula K

The Chrisoula K. (aka Tiles Wreck) was built 1954 in Germany as Dora Oldendorf. 1979 she was sold and given the name Chrisoula K. The 98 meter long ship ran aground Shaab Abu Nuhas on the 31. of August in 1981 and sits now upright in a depth between 25 meter (stern) and 1 meter (bow). Due to it's depth and no current, the wreck is suitable for all levels of diver. It also offers some easy penetration, where you will see a lot of floor tiles Made in Italy but also more interesting things like a full equipped workshop and the ships galley.

Habili Ali

Habili Ali

Great wall dives with massive amount of black coral fans with reef,and oceanic sharks and medium to strong currents !

Little Brother

Little Brother

one of two islands with Amazing walls with lots of black corals ,with great gorgorians on its south side , and Thresher sharks are there too.

Carnatic

Carnatic

The Carnatic was a sail and engine steamer on the route between Suez and India. It struck Saab Abu Nuhas on the 12th of September 1969 and sunk the next day. Now it is resting in a maximum depth of 27 meter on it's port side. Due to the long time under water, the 90 meter long Carnatic, which broke in two parts when sinking, is now completely overgrown with hard and soft corals and offers shelter to a lot of different marine life. This very unique wreck offers you easy penetration possibilities and you can still find broken wine bottles in the bow section.

Giannis D.

Giannis D.

The Giannis D was built in 1969 in Japan as Shoyo Maru. The 99.5 Meter long vessel was sold in 1980 to the Greek shipping company Durmac, which it was working for until it run aground Shaab Abu Nuhas on the 19th of April 1983. Nowadays the wreck lies on it's port side in a maximum depth of 26 meter. While sinking, the ship broke in two half which left only the stern with it's engine room, helm and other crew compartments plus the bow with anchor winch and a mast intact. The rest of the ship is scuttled on the sea bed, including it's last cargo - timber. Diving the Giannis D you can find often Murrays, Lionfish, Bluespoted Stingrays, Glassfish and with a little luck Dolphins.

Shark & Yolanda Reef

Shark & Yolanda Reef

Shark & Yolanda Reef are the two most southern dive sites at Ras Mohamed National Park. Due to the current at the reefs it is very common to do both dive sites in one dive. Shark Reef offers stunning walls dropping vertically to several hundred meter depth and often you can see schooling Barracudas and Batfish there. Yolanda Reef has its name from a cargo ship (Yolanda) which ran aground and sunk there. The wreck itself rests now in a depth deeper than 100 meter, but a part of its cargo, consisting of bathtubs, toilets and a BMW car, is still visible on the reef.

Dunraven

Dunraven

The Dunraven was a 79.6 meter long steamsailor, which run aground Shaab Mahmoudad in 1876 on it's way from Bombay to Liverpool. Nowadays the completely with corals overgrown shipwreck lies upside down in a maximum. depth of 29 meter

Umm Khararim

Umm Khararim

A shallow reef with Big caves and tunnels with a lagoon surrounded by colorful coral garden, and very interesting marine life with average depth of 12.

Bluff Point

Bluff Point

The reef at Bluff Point has, due to its often present current, a beautiful coral growth. Beside big fence corals and huge table corals there is always a lot of different fish present. Don't forget to have a look into the blue from time to time. If you are lucky, you can find tunas and jacks hunting.

Dangerous Reef

Dangerous Reef

With a depth between 10 m to 30 m and very nice coral blocks covered with soft corals and main reef has very interesting tunnels

The Barge

The Barge

The Barge is a small wreck south of Gubal Soraya resting in a depth of 8 to 14 meter. Nowadays its almost completely fallen apart, but offers a lot of different marine life shelter. A night dive there is an absolute must do.

Rosalie Moller

Rosalie Moller

The 108,23 meter long Rosalie Moller was on its way to Alexandria to support the allied troops in North Africa with coal, when it was bombed by a German Henkel 111 bomber, just 48 hours after the Thistlegorm was sunk. Nowadays it rests on upright keel in a max. depth of 50 meter. The deck and it's superstructure is in 30 - 32 meter. Especially during summer, the wreck is home to thousands of Glasfish which make it hard to identify the wreck underneath them.

Big Gotha

Big Gotha

A wall dive with low current , barracuda school ,dog tooth tuna

Elphinstone Reef

Elphinstone Reef

Elphinstone is one of the most famous and beautiful reefs in Egypt. It stretches over a length of 400 meter and features two plateaus, one on each end. The northern plateau is famous for is beautiful coral growth and the chance to see Hammerhead Sharks. The plateau in the south is well known for regular Oceanic Whitetip Shark (Longimanus) encounters between autumn and spring. Beside the plateaus, the east and the west side offer beautiful vertical walls with lots of soft corals and Gorgonian fence corals, due to the strong current which is often present. When diving Elphinstone, always keep a eye in the blue, as there are often pelagic fish passing by.

Small Gotha

Small Gotha

It is rated as one of the best wall dives on the red sea ,because of its overhangs on the reef wall with glass fishes , hammerhead and gray reef sharks .

Habili Gaafar

Habili Gaafar

Very fascinating small reef starting on 5 m descending in deep water. needs a calm sea to be dived ,with possibility to see different kinds of sharks ,big tunas, big travallies .

Shaab Sataya (Dolphin Reef)

Shaab Sataya (Dolphin Reef)

Dolphin Reef or Shaab sataya is around 4 km long reef with very big lagoon. The lagoon is favored by lots of dolphins. the main reef is descending on the north and the south reef side with a sloped sandy bottom between very nice pinnacles ,to reach a drop off on both sides goes deeper than 200 m with lots of overhangs marine life is very interesting because of the a mount of dolphins which come to this place and sometimes in big numbers ,in addition to lots of stingrays, turtle ,and reef sharks on its wall dives.

Abu Galawa Kebir

Abu Galawa Kebir

couple of 2 big reefs having very healthy coral gardens on its west side , an old Chinese tug boat (tien hsing) as wreck almost all of it covered with beautiful coral reefs ,the wreck is starting very close to the surface to reach max Depth of 18 m, which make the wreck very interesting and attracting specially the photographers , in addition to the fabulous night diving.

Abu Galawa Soraya

Abu Galawa Soraya

A famous place on the fury shoals,you can dive between its channels of coral gardens ,and white tip reef sharks can be seen on its sandy bottom,rays ,big groupers plus small but interesting yacht as shipwreck.

Shaab Claudio

Shaab Claudio

It is called as Claudia too ,Such a wonderful dive site in the red sea ,it has nice caves between 6m-8m and a healthy coral garden around the reef ,morays ,napoleon wrasse ,and groupers,considered as one of the fury shoals highlights .

Malahi

Malahi

Beautiful big blocks meeting each other down at depth between 9m-12 with very nice hard coral and channels forming kind of a labyrinth but very easy to dive,a way from the main reef ,it had a very nice plateau with reef sharks .

Rocky Island

Rocky Island

Rocky Island hosts a decorative reef that circles the entire surroundings of the island. The most interesting features and life are found above 12m. The Reef is dropping steeply to astonishing depths.

Shaab Maksur

Shaab Maksur

A big reef situated in the eastern part of the fury shoals ,has three diving spots most dived is the north plateau with its rich marine life, possibility to see hammerhead and gray reef sharks ,south plateau with very beautiful coral blocks and colorful walls , napoleon wrasse ,turtle ,barracudas,,big eye travallies

Zabargad

Zabargad

The Island of Zabargad is a very unique dive spot. It is described by an enormous rocky mountain reaching out of the water, surrounded by a lagoon and circling reef. There are a couple of wrecks and a great variety of corals.

Kingston

Kingston

Kingston was a 78 meter long steam sailor which run aground Shag Rock in 1881. Nowadays only the stern section of the ship, and its spare propeller on the deck, is intact, as the bow rests in very shallow water and is constantly exposed to waves and surf. The dive on the wreck itself does not take to long, but the surrounding coralgarden is worth to have a look at.

Daedalus Reef

Daedalus Reef

This huge reef rises from the sea bed in the middle of the Red Sea forming an island. It is easily recognized by its lighthouse. Daedalus reef is surrounded by a wall and strong currents. It means that its perfect spot for drift diving. It offers some of the most amazing dives in the Red Sea. Just close your eyes and imagine: the sheer walls covered in over-grown hard coral formations and a variety of reef fish. The regular visitors are: Napoleon wrasses and turtles.

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